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1972 STAGECOACH 
St. Mary's Junior College 
Raleigh, N.C. 
Volume 74 

Introduction 2 

Student Life 16 

Organizations 40 

Faculty 76 

Individuals 96 

Advertisements 1 70 

Epilogue ' 72 



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solitude and activity 
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Orientation Begins Nev^ 



Amid piles of luggage, girls and mothers await the arrival of baggage 
boys. 



Helping the new girls fill out necessary forms, Candy Speir passes out 
room assignments. 



Welcoming her to St. Mary's, Charlotte Newman gives Debbie Faraone 
her identification tag. 



Getting acquainted, Merle Drennen, Esther Graham and Margy Purdue 
discuss Orientation activities. 



Obviously relaxed, three eligible young "men" enjoy participating in the 
Orientation Talent Show. 




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ife At Saint Mary's 



Orientation at St. Mary's, 1971, 
consisted of five hot days which in- 
troduced girls to the St. Mary's 
campus life. "New Girls," on arrival, 
stood in lines, received nametags, 
filled out forms, and met roommates. 
Special activities were planned for 
Orientation, including a card party 
and a talent show. After five days of 
settling in, the girls were ready for the 
next big event— the arrival of the 
Seniors. 




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Day Students' 
Activities 

The day students compose an important part of 
the St. Mary's student body. Although they commute, 
they take an active part in school affairs and also 
have projects of their own. In addition to their annual 
bake sale, the senior day students had a supper for 
the senior boarders. They enjoy their newly re-fur- 
nished house, complete with television, kitchen, 
snack bar, and shag carpet. 

Calling a boarding student, Gary Moore discusses a class 
assignment. 

President, Mary Mac Webb and Ainslie Jones take a mid-morn- 
ing break. 

Relaxing during a busy day, Betsy Willard and Libba Barbour 
watch television. 

Between classes, day students enjoy congregating in their new 
sitting room. 

The day students' annual bake sale helps feed hungry 
boarders. 





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Fathers, Daughters- 
Dates For The Day 



Father— Daughter Day is a special day once a year when 
each girl's father may attend classes and participate in extra- 
curricular activities with his daughter. The day was full of ex- 
citement and laughter, both in the classes and with the other 
fathers and their daughters. The highlight of Father— Daughter 
Day this year was the dedication of the new Alice McKenzie 
Ragland classroom building. Present at the dedication of the 
three-story modern facility were Mrs. Ragland and members of 
the family, friends, alumnae, fathers, students and faculty. 

A moment of affection before a day of studies and outside events on Fa- 
ther—Daughter Day. 

Jean Scott and her father enjoy ice-cream cones together before an ex- 
citing afternoon. 

For great— distance problems, a substitute "Poppa" came in handy. 

After an enjoyable lunch, Sally Pisani chats with her father during a brief 
moment between Father— Daughter Day activities- 
Fathers gather with daughters in a short service uniting love and spiritual 
aspirations. 

John Bondeson, Dr. Frank W. Pisani, John M. Biggs, and architect, Arthur 
McKimmon speak about the almost-completed Alice McKenzie Ragland 
classroom building on Father— Daughter Day. 



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"Little Mary Sunshine " 



Little Mary Sunshine , a delightful 
musical comedy was performed in the 
St. Mary's auditorium on October 28-29. 
It was an interdepartmental production 
with many members of the art depart- 
ment, music department, and the drama 
club participating. Male members of the 
cast were brought in from the Raleigh 
community. 

Forest rangers bow politely to little Mary. 

A group of young ladies from the finishing 
school enjoy rehearsing the Mata Hari scene. 

The girls gather for a challenging game of cro- 
quet. 

In a final scene of the play, Janet Lassiter, as 
"little Mary" sings to Stephen League. 

At practice, Jeanne Charles, an opera star with 
a German accent sings a love song to Mr. 
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Seniors Entertain 
Juniors With 
Halloween Festivities 



The Halloween celebration, sponsored by the 
Seniors, took place in a haunted house formally 
known as the gym. Ghouls and ghosts entered by 
climbing through a "tunnel" and being thoroughly 
doused with straw. Refreshments, bobbing for 
apples, and a cake-walk added to the festivities. 
But the most exciting event was the appearance of 
certain "members of the faculty" in disguise. 
Students enjoyed throwing pies at the SGA 
officers. 

Johnny Carson interviews a faculty member on his show. 
Attending the show, two members of St. Mary's faculty pose 
for the photographer. 

Three typical SMJC girls stand in line to have their fortunes 
told. 

A "baby-doll" waits patiently for the festivities to begin. 
Rallying, a group of girls enjoy the Halloween party. 




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Togetherness at Christmas 



The Christmas season at St. Mary's is filled both with the ex- 
citement and anticipation of the upcoming holidays and the anxiety 
of impending examinations. Girls decorate their halls and rooms in 
a festive spirit. 

Anxiously awaiting Christmas cards, girls gather around the post office in Lower 
Smedes. 

Celebrating Christmas with a needy family created an extra abundance of spirit 
for the girls on first Cruik. 

Before the holidays, girls spent a lot of time preparing for exams. 

Third Smedes peanuts discovered shells at the annual hall party. 

Christmas is a time of joy and happiness in being together. 




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Academics Create Tension 
Yet Encourage Discipline. 



Progressive educational program in terms of Christian 
character and service, distinguished records of student hon- 
ors, excellent library facilities, and an honor system are all a 
part of the academic life at Saint Mary's. 

Carefully measuring the chemicals, Merrie Carol Moore prepares for 
another chemistry lab. 

Ginny Blackford spends many hours working on a second semester term 
paper. 

Fresh, autumn air opens minds after a hard day of classes. 

Ellision Ainsworth learns that studying is an important aspect in the life of 
the girls at Saint Mary's. 

Coco McConnell, Phyllis Wiliamson and Kathryn Scott take a break from 
studying and enjoy the friendly atmosphere of Lower Smedes. 

Comfortably propped up, Elizabeth Propst takes on another night of 
studying. 






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Playtime at St. Mary's 



Life at St. Mary's is much more than just academ- 
ics. Close friends are made as we learn to live to- 
gether and share our lives. Through our experiences 
with each other, we grow. 

The lights ot "the airport" are a familiar sight as we return from 
dates. 

To Sarah Helen Zimmerman, there's nothing like a long- 
awaited phone call from a special friend. 

Every hall has its own favorite fun— on first Penick, it's television 
parties. 

Third Smedes girls keep in top shape with nightly exercise. 

Susan Capahart has many kinds of friends. 

Daises do tell, and this one reflects the anticipation of a date. 




Spring Court 



Spring Queen: 
ELLEN HEATH 

Maid of Honor: 
MARTHA BLALOCK 






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Senior Representative: 
LIBBIE BYNUM 

Senior Representative: 
LOUISE CARR 

Senior Representative: 
FOXIE FLIPPIN 



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Senior Representative; 
ADELAIDE WARD 

Senior Representative; 
JO CARPENTER 

Sophomore Representative 
ANNA DuBOSE 



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Junior Representative: 
SENAIT HIDARU 

Freshman Representative: 
CREECY SMITH 

Sophomore Representative 
CATHY SHAW 



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Creecy Smith, Louise Carr, Gwen Howard, Lisa Tull, Anna DuBose, Beth Kelly, Cathy Shaw, Foxie Flippin, Adelaide Ward, Jo 
Carpenter, Ellen Heath, Martha Blalock, and Libbie Bynum. Not Pictured: Senait Hidaru 



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ORGANIZATIONS 







Student 
Government 



The Student Government Association serves to 
strengthen communication between faculty, administra- 
tion, and student body. Its decisions help guide St. 
Mary's toward its goals of honesty and mutual concern 
for fellow students. 

The Student Government Association encompasses the whole stu- 
dent body. 

Dell Parker, President of Student Government Association 

Lett to Right: Mary Mac Webb, President of the Day Students; Julia 
Martin, Secretary of the Social Board; Sophie Foreman, Chairman 
of Social Board; Dell Parker, President of the Student Government 
Association; Charlotte Newman, Vice-President of Student Gov- 
ernment Association. 




Student Government Boards 



Honor Board: Anne Justice, 
Dell Parker, "T" Cousins, 
Charlotte Newman, Anne 
Little, and Brandon Moore. 




Hall Council: Anne Justice, Anne Little, Betsy Ingram, Jean Little, Candy Speir, Anne Wallace, Mary Mac Webb, Leigh Linne- 
meier, Mary McCown, Libby Bynum, Jo Carpenter, Martha Blalock, Charlotte Newman, Lynn Lacy Jones, Nancy Linnemeier, 
Peaches Rankin, Huyla Ingram, Sophie Foreman, Ginger Edwards, Lisa Coleman, Mary Mikell, Elizabeth Shaw, Polly Bonner, 
Mmta Aycock, Kathy Noyes, Liz Smith, Foxie Flippin, Dell Parker, Louise Carr, and Julia Martin. 




Legislative Body: Rochelle Chambliss, Vicki Barnhill, Lane Turner, Charlotte Newman, Sophie Foreman, Dell Parker, Jean Scott, 
Suzanne Owens, Lauren Jones, Jean Little and Mary Mac Webb. 

Social Board: Melrose Whitfield, Jean Little, Sophie Foreman, Dell Parker, Mary Mac Webb, Charlotte Newman, Debbie 
Branscome, Jackie Jenkins, Julia Martin, and Lisa Coleman. 



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The Circle and the Beacon § 



The Circle is the college honor society to 
which outstanding students are elected. A 
close fellowship is established among mem- 
bers, and they encourage others to strive for I 
meaningful student relationships and for 
open communication between the faculty 
and student body. 

Leading high school students are elected 
to the Beacon. Chosen several times each 
year, members promote school spirit and co- 
operation and encourage student participa- 
tion in all phases of life at St. Mary's. 





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Circle Members, Ellen Blythe, Anne 
Freeman, President, Polly Bonner, 
Kathy Noyes, Beth McCormick, 
Anne Justice, and Dell Parker relax 
on the front steps of Smedes Not 
Pictured: Jean Little 

Members of the Beacon, Janet Blair, 
Melrose Whitfield, Lane Turner, Lau- 
ren Jones, Gingy Philpott, Ruth Ann 
White, Betty Graham, Julie Parker, 
and Brandon Moore, President, play 
in the gravel at the construction site 
of the new dining hal 

New Circle members are Minta Ay- 
cock, Ginny Blackford, Louise Carr, 
Jenny Hane, Peaches Rankin, and 
Margaret Skinner, 

New Beacon members are Pam 
Ashford, Susan Capehart, Celeste 
Dickens, and Jane Howell. 







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Students Assist In Chapel Services 



Crucifers play a quick game of "Old Maid" on front 

campus. 

At the dedication of Ragland Classroom Building, the 

acolytes led the procession. 

Acolytes: Anna Dubose, Julie Parker, Sukoshi Williamson, 
Brandon Moore, Margaret McAlister, Nancy Kerr, Su- 
zanne Owens, Liz Prioleau, Jackie Jenkins, Blair Coffleld, 
Mary Kirton, Rochelle Chambliss, Melrose Whitfield, El- 
len Blythe, Sharon Henry, Anne Elliott, Janet Blair, Sallie 
Lewis, Katherine Dawson, Nancy Armstrong, Jane Elea- 
zer, Anne Kritser. 

Outside the chapel, Ellen Blythe instructs the new 
acolytes. 

Crucifers Polly Bonner, Margie Worthington, Dell Parker, 
and Lane Turner hurridly get vested for chapell! 





Saint Mary's Vestry 




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3nd Altar Guild 




Open to all students, the Vestry represents the student 
body's voice in the planning of the chapel services. 

Girls on the altar guild undertake a big job as they volun- 
teer to care for the altar and chapel. They polish silver and 
brass, change linens, arrange flowers weekly, and set the 
altar for Holy Communion. 

Vestry: "B" Crawford, Anne Miller, Lynn Jonakin, Steva Sheppard, Kelly 
Gravely, Ann Wallace, Becky Shaw, Chairman; Elizabeth Taylor, Betsy 
Manly, Lucy Potterfleld, Libbie Bynum, Sue Barham, and Suzanne 
Owens. 

Members of the Vestry talk with chairman, Becky Shaw about ways to 
use the pledge money. 

Mary Kemp Mebane and Cheryl Brown polish the collection plates. 
Laughing, Catherine Dawson and Sharon Henry fold the altar hangings. 
Alter Guild: Sally Pisani, Libbie Bynum, Catherine Dawson, Sharon 
Henry, Mary Kemp Mebane, Liz Prioleau, Cheryl Brown, Jenny Hane, 
Suzanne Owens, and Polly Bonner, Chairman, 

Not Pictured: Alice Proctor, Kathy Noyes, Betsy Wilkms, Mary Watson, 
Susan Jones, Cathe Baker, Patti Nutt, Lucy Potterfleld, Charlotte Sloan, 
Florence Jeffress, Anne Blackwell, Gwen Nicholson, Betty Crawford, Vir- 
ginia Crawford, Anne Ingram, Pam Hardage, Ann Kritser, Marilyn Thies, 
Anne Smith, Katherine Butler, Amy O'Neil, Kay Rogers, Brinn Knotts, 
Clarke Brinkley, Gay McLean, and Elizabeth Propst. 





Y.W.C.A. and 

Christian 

Action 

Christian Action is a fellowship group 
within the St. Mary's community. In addition 
to leading the outdoor chapel service for the 
student body, the group gathered in Pullen 
Park for a picnic. Also, some members often 
meet with a Campus Crusade representative 
from N.C. State. 

The Y.W.C.A. is the service organization at 
St. Mary's. Its members offer many hours of 
volunteer work. The group sponsored a 
Christmas party at Dix Hospital and worked 
extensively with children at the School for the 
Blind. 

Y.W.C.A. (Right): Anne Brigham, Elizabeth Propst, 
Kelly Gravely, Steva Sheppard, Nancy Gregory, Sally 
Pisani, Mary Ann Barden, Jean Redding, Libbie Bynum, 
Nancy Turlington, Sallie Lewis, Margaret Wheeler, 
Paula Lassiter, Lane Turner, Marcia Neely, Julie 
Parker, Janet Blair, and Deborah Eley. 
The Y.W.C.A. sponsors a "get acquainted" tea. 
Christian Action: Libbie Bynum, Sally Pisani, Lucy Pot- 
terfield, Mary Kirton, Nancy Gregory, Sandy Clark, 
Anne Blackwell, Sue Barham, Jenny Hane, Lynn Jona- 
kin, Missy Taylor, and Margie Worthington. 





Marshals Help Coordinate Activities 





Each year the marshals are 
elected by the student body. 
They lead chapel lines, usher at 
lectures and concerts, and keep 
order in assembly. 

Marshals: Betsy Ingram, Merrie Carol 
Moore, Jo Carpenter, Head, Martha 
Blalock, Foxie Flippin, and Libbie 
Bynum. 

Below— Fire Marshal, Polly Bonner and 
assistants, Mary McCowan, Anne Segr- 
est, Louise Carr, and Ellen Heath. 



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Granddaughters ' 
Club 



All girls were not present for the picture. This is the complete roster. 

Freshmen: Sally Alston, Nan Brantley, Elizabeth Cheshire, Alice 
Dockery, Elizabeth Dortch, Barbara Egerton, Ellen Eure, Nancy 
Geoghegan, Jaquelin Jenkins, Anna Johnson, Lucile Jones, Nancy 
Kerr, Marriott Little, Margaret McAlister, Catherine Phillips, Liz 
Pnoleau, Jane Rawls, Joel Anne Reames, Arden Root, Kathryn Scott, 
Hunter Stephenson, Mary Watson, Elizabeth Willard. 

Sophomores: Elizabeth Barbour, Mary Ann Barden, Lucy Bratton, Su- 
san Capehart, Anna Dorsett, Anna DuBose, Hunter Foreman, Betty 
Graham, Elizabeth Holland, Mary Herbert Kirton, Sarah Little, 
Frances Moore, Cathy Shaw, Julie Walker, Barbara Urquhart. 

Juniors: Ellen Baumgartner, Anne Blackwell, Jane Blee, Margaret 
Bogle, Elizabeth Bost, Amanda Brantley, Martha Clark, Shug Daw- 
son, Helen Gaither, Susan Gattis, Virginia Gayle, Susan Gibson, 
Nancy Gregory, Martha Harrison, Betsy Hayward, Mary Howard, 
Florence Jeffress, Lynn Johnson, Katie Jo Lawrence, Mary Legg, 
Caroline Lewis, Sue Maynard, Sophia Newton, Katherine Pollard, 
Elizabeth Propst, Meg Suhling, Ann Taylor, Elizabeth Todd, Henrietta 
Towler, Elizabeth Williams. 

Seniors: Lou Abbitt, Chris Baxter, Ginny Bell, Ginny Blackford, Caro- 
lyn Brown, Louise Carr, Susan Clay, Lisa Coleman, Jean Crowell, 
Emily Dockery, Ginger Edwards, Sophie Foreman, Susan Garvey, 
Penny Harrison, Huyla Ingram, Elizabeth Jernigan, Nancy Johns, 
Susie Johnson, Lynn Lacy Jones, Anne Justice, Barbara Kennedy, An- 
ita Kyle, Mary Kemp Mebane, Betsy Mott, Katherine Purvis, Alice 
Proctor, Peaches Rankin, Sarah Wayne Rice, Mary Silver, Stewart 
Taylor, Kit Tucker, Ann Wallis, Mary Mac Webb, Betsy Wilkins, Mar- 
garet Willetts. 



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Stagecoach 



The Stagecoach staff preserved a 
year's experience at St. Mary's. Despite 
problems wth deadlines, unwritten copy, 
rushed pictures, and misplaced layouts, 
they managed to capture life at St. 
Mary's in the 1972 Stagecoach. 

Carefully examining pictures, the staff works in 
the editor's room. 

Checking the type scale, Martha Ellerbe and 
Ginny Blackford fit headlines for a layout. 

Stagecoach Staff: Jenny Hane, editor; Sarita 
Hardy, Margaret Skinner, Betsy Wilkins, Sharon 
Brown, Jo Ann Twyman, Ginny Blackford, Mar- 
tha Ellerbe, assistant-editor; and Anne 
Blackwell. 

Not pictured: Kathy Jordan, Becky Clark, Lynn 
Jonakin, Phyllis Williamson, Anne Ingram, Anne 
Kritser, Kim Mims,- and Margaret Willetts, typist. 

While Anne Blackwell points out a picture block 
on the layout, Jenny Hane prepares to crop the 
picture with the remains of the scale-o-graph. 




The Belles- 



Student News 



Published fifteen times a year, The Belles voices 
the opinions of students and the administration. In 
addition to the latest news, the paper also includes 
cartoons and many interesting feature articles. 

Assistant editor, Nancy Linnemeier and editor, Sarah Hoss look 
over the latest edition of The Belles. 

The Belles staff: Sarah Hoss, editor,- Susan Rogers, Gay White, 
Nancy Linnemeier, and Susan Midget. 

Not Pictured:Cathe Baker, Clarke Brinkley, Betti Click, Suzy 
Maynard, Celeste Dickens, Kim Mims, Betsy Reeves, Mary E. 
Lee, Anne Blackwell, Jean Lybrook, Kay Turner, Tempe Ann 
Lampe, Anne Justice, Libby Hall, Sarah Byrd, Lynne Dawson, 
and faculty advisor, Mrs. C. Barnhart. 

Working late at night members of the staff rush to meet the 
deadline. 

Hurriedly, Gay White types up a last-minute news article. 

Editor, Sarah Hoss succeeds in publishing a newspaper which 
is full of diversity and is both informative and interesting. 






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The Muse 



The literary magazine, the Muse, em- 
bodies the creative spirit of St. Mary's. It 
is a means by which the poetically and 
artistically inclined individuals can share 
their efforts with other students. 



Editor, Claire Spinks talks with Margaret Skinner 
in Lower Smedes. 



Members of the staff gather in Ragland faculty 
lounge. 



Thumbing through submitted articles, Stewart 
Taylor and Estelle Dyer decide on a format. 



Muse staff: Anne Bngham, Claire Spinks, Gingy 
Philpott, Lee Dunbar, Margaret Skinner, Sharon 
Lassiter, Kay House, Stewart Taylor, and Co- 
rinne Birdsong. 




Sigma Mu and 
Basketball 

Sigma Mu is the intramural athletic or- 
ganization at St. Mary's. During Orienta- 
tion each girl participates in the Sigma Mu 
tap-out. These two teams compete in soft- 
ball, table tennis, bridge, basketball, and 
other activities. 



On a jump, Missy Taylor and Mary Lee grapple to 
deliver the ball to their side. 

Basketball Team: Harriet Matthews, Missy Taylor, 
Martha Kelly, Miss Lou Jones, Coach; Celest Dick- 
ens, Anna DuBose, Mary Eiey, Jean Scott, Melrose 
Whitfield, Ruth Anne White, Mary Lee, Dian Cates, 
Sarita Hardy, Margie Worthington, Gay McLean, 
Dixie Fields, Alice Proctor, and Beth McCormick. 

Part-time golf instructor-consultant, Peggy Kirk Belli 
shows a student the correct stance and swing. 

While Ruth Anne White guards, Dian Cates rushes 
to steal the ball from Susie Johnson. 

Letter Club: Minta Aycock, president; Peaches 
Rankins, Kathy Noyes, Sigma president; Ruth Anne 
White, Missy Taylor, Ginger Edwards, and Margie 
Worthington, Mu president. 






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Tennis Team 
Sea Saints 



President of the tennis team, Jean Little 
returns a volley. 

Obviously absorbed in the game, Miss 
Lou Jones, instructor waits for her op- 
ponent's return. 

Sea Saints: Seated: Becky Barbee, 
Sandy Clark, president; Laura Crews, 
Kneeling: Vivian Hundley, Treecie 
White, Claire Spinks, Ivy Robinson, 
Standing: Catherine Houghton, Elise 
Hutchins, Gingy Philpott, Mary Guill 
and Ruth Anne White. 

Varsity Tennis Team: (left) Elizabeth 
Hughes, Jean Little, president; Nancy 
Geoghegan, Pam Ashford, Anna Du- 
Bose, Anna Dorsett 

Junior Varsity: (below) Dell Parker, 
Beth Clifton, Bucky Hogen, Susan Dill, 
Brandon Moore, Barbara Egerton, 
Missy Taylor, Abbie Sims, and Cam- 
eron Cutting. 




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Caperettes 
Orchesis 
Scottish Dancers 



Orchesis: Ali Ward, Susan Dotterer, Susan Gibson, Helen 

Harrell, president, Meg Suling, Jane Hight, Lydia 

Schwartz, Betty Graham, Karen Layman, and Merle 

Drennen. 

Not Pictured: Shug Dawson and Kay Rogers. 

Caperettes: Kathy Klein, president; Kelly Gravely, Sarah 
Brockwell, Lydia Schwartz, Betsy Ingram, Zeke Cannon, 
Lauren Jones, Beverly Wheeler, Kay Overcash, New 
members; Cindy Vatcher, Gwen Howard, and Karen 
Layman (not all are pictured) 

Scottish Dancers: Sukoshi Williamson, Suzanne Troxler, 
Anne Newton, Libba Barbour, Mary Gorrell, president; 
Susan Dotterer, Mary Barden, Gwen Nicholson, Jackie 
Minges, and Barbara Nelson. 




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Cold Cuts 



The Cold Cuts, the casual musical group at St 
Mary's, sings original arrangements of many contem- 
porary songs. Their musical instruments include 
bongos, moroccos, wash boards, and a tub. 

The Original Seven: Huyla Ingram, Betsy Ingram, Charlotte 
Newman, Peaches Rankin, president,- Courtney Cochran, Kit 
Tucker, and NuNu Newton. 

18-strung: Elizabeth Shaw, Carolyn Welfare, Rooney Fulghum, 
Lydia Schwartz, Betsy Ingram, Martha Blalock, NuNu Newton, 
Betsy Reeves, Mary Guill, Ali Ward, Lynn Lacy Jones, Peaches 
Rankin, Huyla Ingram, Margaret Skinner, Charlotte Newman, 
and Lynn Lassiter. Not Pictured: Helen Harrell, and Courtney 
Cochran. 





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Chorale 



Under the direction of Miss 
Cate, Mr. Bulley, and Mr. Nichols, 
the Chorale performs several times 
a year, and also provides music for 
the chapel services. Each Christ- 
mas, they present a concert, and in 
the spring, they give a multi-media 
program combining music with 
color films and readings. 

Directed by Miss Geraldine Cate, the 
Chorale performs at Father-Daughter 
Day. 

Members of the Chorale: Polly Bonner, 
Mr. Bulley, Jeannie Ellerbe, Mary Currie, 
Gray Maynard, Sally Leight, Celia 
Creasy, Kathy Corn, Mary Boddie, Betty 
Jo Crews, and Amanda Brantley. 

The Chorale performs at the dedication of 
the new Ragland Building. 
Members of the Chorale: Jo Ann Twyman, 
Anita Kyle, Santa Hardy, Margaret Will- 
etts, Mary Gorrell, Julie Walker, Zan 
Sloan, Betsy Wilkins, Merle Drennen, Kim- 
ball Draper, Jenny Hane, Mr. Nichols, 
Sharon Brown, Jane Blee, Penny Harrison, 
Susie Johnson, Branch Bishop, Molly Nor- 
fleet, and Ellen Blythe 
Not Pictured: Chris Baxter, Arden Root, 
Tina Edney, Cyn Williams, Carolyn Brown, 
Davis Sewell, Susan Jones, Katie Nichols. 




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Drama Club 

Open to all students, the drama club culti- 
vates the individual's interest in the theatre. Its 
members produce two major productions each 
year. In the fall they presented "Little Mary Sun- 
shine" and in the spring, "The Trojan Women." 
In addition, they manage the auditorium and 
entertain guests when called upon. 

The order of St. Genesius recognizes those 
students who have excelled in either the techni- 
cal or acting phase of our theatre. 
Members of St. Genesius are Peaches Rankin and Tina 
Edney. 

Members of the club: Peaches Rankin, vice-president; 
Clarke Brinkley, Cynthia Holding, Karen Wheeler, Jane 
Hight, Anita Kyle, Merle Drennen, Mamcy Armstrong, 
Nancy Linnemeir, Jo Earnhart, Melrose Whitfield, Janet 
Blair, Neal Turlington, Lauren Jones, Molly Norfleet, El- 
liot, Bobbi Lancaster. 

Not Pictured: Tina Edney, president; Dian Cates, Kathy 
Klein, Betty Goodes, Dale Gofflgan, Teresa Vaughn, 
Nancy Aldworth, Jane Flanagan, Beth Moyer, Florence 
Jeffries, Melissa Faulkner, Rite Sewell, Brooke McCray, 
Lucy Potterfield, Galen Meekins, Jeannie Ellerbe, Kay 
House, Margie Spenser, Sarita Hardy, Sharon Seago, 
Becky Barbee, Betty Graham, Nancy Geoghegan, Lisa 
Yawn, Susan Lowery, Mary McCowan, Carol Shiver, Sa- 
rah Byrd, Anne Segrest, Lou Hodges, Candice Perry, Gay 
McLean, Polly Bonner, Penny Harrison, Sandy Clarke, 
Carolyn Hicks, Barbara Nelson, Libba Barbour, Lynne 
Brannon. 









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Decade of Renewal 



Left to Right: As Dean of Students, Miss Edith Richardson is very much 
involved with the concerns of each girl. 

During interviews, Alice Anne Home, Dean of Admissions always 
helps make potential students feel at ease. 

Dr. Mabel Morrison, Academic Dean, reminisces about her past 
years at St. Mary's. 

As Registrar, Thomas H. Johnson is plagued by changing schedules 
and dropped courses. 

Despite his many duties as President, Dr. Frank Pisani manages to 
make time for his golf game. 





Stimulates Student Body 




St. Mary's rapid growth 
touches practically every 
phase of life here. Academic- 
ally, there many exciting new 
courses. The faculty-student 
ratio is even smaller and more 
intimate than before. Broader 
social rules have encouraged 
students to assume more re- 
sponsibility as they enjoy 
more freedom. And the new 
classroom building is so com- 
fortable and well equipped 
that we eagerly anticipate the 
completion of the Dining 
Hall/Student Union and the 
Gymnasium. 




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St. Mary's Is Guided 



Programs, services, and personnel increase as the school 
expands. But growth cannot preclude the people and activ- 
ities necessary for the basic business of running a school. 




In the Business Office, Mr John Biggs, Mrs. Carol Ann Broughton, and 
Miss Frances Vann carefully tabulate the school budget. 

Mrs. Barbara Bunch, Guidance Counselor willingly helps students with 
college applications. As St. Mary's representative, Sealy Cross travels to 
recruit new students. 

Representing the Development Board, The Rev. Henry Witten, Miss 
Hilda Boyd, and Mr John Bondeson study the architect's drawing of the 
new gym 

Betty Anne Queen and Mrs. Christine Johnson help Miss R file student 
information. 

In the Admissions Office, Mrs. Mary Stroud, Mrs. Linda McDaniels, Mrs. 
Laura Raynor, and Miss Charity Moody prepare transcripts and process 
applications. 

Mrs. Diane Yeargen pauses in the midst of her many duties as Dr Pi- 
sani's secretary. 



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In Her Expansion and Development 




81 



English Department 




B2 



Progresses With Important Changes 




The English Department has made many significant 
changes in the past year. The number of required hours in 
English has been reduced, the department faculty has 
been increased, and in addition, four new courses have 
been created. Due to the larger number of English teach- 
ers, classes are now smaller. 

Mrs. Catherine Barnhart checks attendance in her high school class. 

Chairman of the department, Mr John Tate argues with Mrs. Noe 
over the use of the expletive. 

Lecturing to her students, Miss Patricia Connelly points out the sym- 
bolism in The Catcher In the Rye. 

Miss Ann Culley explains an assignment to Gray Maynard 
Relaxing in the faculty house between classes, Mr. Rebekah Gunn en- 
tertains her cat while preparing her lesson 
Miss Eileen Meredith looks out over front campus. 
Mrs. Anne Noe reads Cleo a portion of John Donne's "The Flea." 



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Students Are Encouraged To Develop 
Proficiency In Foreign Languages 



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The aim of the Department of Foreign Languages is to en- 
able the student to become familiar with a language other than 
his own. Besides teaching grammar and pronunciation, the in- 
structors inform girls about the culture and civilization of the 
people whose language is being studied. This year the depart- 
ment has a greatly enlarged inventory of tapes. The laboratory 
is used both in class and by the students voluntarily. 





Stressing accuracy, Mrs. Marguerite Cressman teaches her class correct 
French pronunciation 

Industriously, Miss Judith Oslack grades a pile of high school Spanish 
papers. 

Mrs. Jessie Zepp engages in a friendly conversation with Mr, King in lower 
Smedes. 

Mrs. Marjoliin Werman explains an interesting French artifact to her civ- 
ilization class. 

Amid piles of Spanish books and papers, Mr. Luis Pereira-Reyes works in 
the faculty workroom 

Manning controls in the language lab, Mrs. Doreen Saxe listens to the 
French tape with her class. 

Mr. Stanley Serxner prepares his Spanish class for a test. 

Thumbing through a foreign language magazine, Mrs Joan Cremin encour- 
ages a student to read French literature. 




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Social Studies Enhanced by New Courses 






The most exciting event in this 
department was the mock politi- 
cal convention held on campus. 
Led by a new political science 
seminar, it encouraged student 
participation in the upcoming 
Presidential election. While 
some students studied Latin 
American and African politics, 
English and American History, 
and Western Civilization, Psy- 
chology and Sociology students 
delved into a study of the indi- 
vidual and his inter-personal 
relationships. 








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and a Mock Convention 






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Between his history classes, James Noel 
takes a break in the faculty workroom. 

Mrs Hannah Scoggin returns sociology 
test papers before lecturing on family 
relationships. 

Politician, historian, and clown, Mr. Don 
Roberts relaxes in the trunk of his car. 

Miss Diane Ricks discusses with her psy- 
chology students the basic needs of an 
individual. 

In her English history class, Mrs. Elgiva 
Watson lectures to her students on the 
Glorious Revolution. 

On the way to her class, Mrs. Elgiva Wat- 
son lectures to her students on the 
Glorious Revolution. 




On the way to her class, Mrs. Martha 
Stoops converses with Clarke Brinkley. 

Mr. Demetrios Nixon points out the rela- 
tionship between supply and demand to 
an economics student. 



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Religion Courses Deepen 

Spiritual Insights While 

Mathematics Develops 
Logic. 



Students taking religion courses study the Old Testa- 
ment and early Christian writings. This year a new 
course in comparitive religion was added. Instructors in 
religion enjoyed some inter-departmental action with 
the English, Social Studies, and Science Department. 

The mathematics Department completely reorga- 
nized its curriculum to offer a wider variety of courses 
to students. The addition of a math course designed ex- 
clusively for those girls intending to teach in the ele- 
mentary schools was the most significant change. 



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Math teacher, Mrs. Nancy Smith converses with a student. 

In the Library, Miss Beth Mackie hopes to find new material to bring to her 
Bible class. 

Listening to Mr A. R, Lawrence, Becky Clark wonders if the Tin Lizzie oper- 
ates on mathematic principles. 

Mrs. Marlene Jeffries mimeographs tests for her math classes. 

After a day of teaching religion, Mrs. Helen Smith heads for home with her 
husband 

Explaining theorums to one of her math classes, Mrs. Elizabeth Forster 
teaches the basic concepts. 

In spite of his demanding job as Chaplain and Bible professor, the Rev. 
Robert Hobgood finds time to play with his daughter, Susan. 




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Department of Natural 




Using the skelton, Mrs. Georgette 
Campbell points out the sternum to 
her anatomy calss. 

Teaching her biology lab, Mrs. 
Catherine Fish uses slides to illus- 
trate basic concepts to Anne Black- 
well and Betty Jo Crews. 

With a butterfly specimen, Miss 
Mary Oliver Ellington teaches Katie 
Jo Lawrence to use the disecting 
microscope. 

Waiting for the results of the reac- 
tion, Mr. Jamie King and Kathy Jor- 
dan observe the beaker. 

Carefully, Mr Jim Appleton sets up 
o physics lab experiment. 

Chemistry teacher, Mrs. Alice Grei- 
ner, rides her bicycle to school each 
day. 



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Sciences Expands Curriculum 



The Science Department ex- 
panded its facilities and at the 
beginning of the spring semester 
971, opened two new labora- 
tories for use. One was equiped 
for biology and the other for 
physics. A course in physics was 
offered to high school students, 
and a new instructor in chemistry 
was added to take care of the 
increased enrollment in the natu- 
ral sciences. 





Practicing the organ, Mr. Mi- 
chael Bulley selects hymns for 
the chapel service- 
Directing the Chorale, Miss 
Geraldine Cate teaches them 
a new song to be used in the 
Father- Da ug hte r Day 

program. 

Interested students watch as 
Miss Margaret Underwood 
demonstrates art creations 
made with string. 

Pausing between music 
classes, Mr Donald Peery 
thinks through his schedule- 
Art teacher, Mrs Margaret 
Williams prepares a project 
for her next class. 

Listening intently, Miss Mary 
Ruth Haig has one of her stu- 
dents play a Bach minuet. 

Voice instructor, Mr. Wilson 
Nichols listens as one of his 
students sings a contemporary 
song. 



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Expression: Art and Music 

While the study of art and music provides a means 
of communication, it also gives much pleasure to the in- 
dividual. Art students experiment in using such mediums 
as string, tissue, yarn, and acrylics. In the Music Depart- 
ment, a new instructor was added to accomodate the 
increased enrollment of girls in musical study. 









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Development Program Includes New Facilities 



Students enjoy the informal manner in 
which drama classes are taught. Some stu- 
dents help design sets, some experience 
the joy of improvisational acting in creat- 
ing dramatics, and still others take part in 
the production of plays. 

The Physical Education Department anx- 
iously awaits the complettion of their new 
gymnasium and natorium. For the first time 
students are offered a course in snow ski- 
ing. Students can take a wide variety of 
courses to fulfill physical education 
requirements. 





for Physical Education and Drama 




Industriously, Emily Dockery and drama teacher, Mr. Harry Callahan paint a set 
for "Little Mary Sunshine." 

Having just taught a new swimming skill, Miss Margaret Duncan observes a WSI 
student. 

Patiently waiting, Mrs. Nancy Stamey hopes a breeze will come to carry her 
away like Mary Poppins. 

Dance instructor, Miss Josephine Sutlive explains principles of movement to a 
class. 

Smiling at the victors, Miss Lou Jones congratulates the winners of the Sigma-Mu 
softball game. 





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Freshman Class 



Class officers: Kathryn Scott, secretary, and Beth Dortch, vice- 
president. 

Officers: Suzanne Owens, president, and Margaret McAlister, 
treasurer. 

Riding their bicycle-built-for-two, Nancy Booe and Robin Eisen- 
berg enioy a warm fall afternoon. 

As a music student, Melissa Faulkner spends many hours prac- 
ticing in the piano studio at night. 








ELLISON AINSWORTH 
Durham, N.C 
SALLY ALSTON 
Henderson, N.C. 
CHRISTINA BLACKLEY 
Raleigh, N.C. 
NANCY L. BOOE 
Charlotte, N.C. 







NAN T BRANTLEY 
Rocky Mount, N.C. 
CHARLOTTE CAMERON 
Wilmington, N.C 
ELIZABETH CHESHIRE 
Raleigh, N.C. 
MARTHA ELLA CLARK 
Pantego, N.C 







ELIZABETH CLIFTON 
Garner, N.C 
JEAN CRAFT COMOLLI 
Elberton, Ga. 
PEGGY S. CORBITT 
Greenville, N.C. 
DEBORAH DILLON 
Raleigh, N.C. 







ALICE C. DOCKERY 
Rockingham, N.C. 
ELIZABETH DORTCH 
Greensboro, N.C. 
ELIZABETH EDWARDS 
Raleigh, N.C. 
BARBARA EGERTON 
Raleigh, N.C. 










ROBIN EISENBERG 
Henderson, N.C. 
DEBORAH M ELEY 
Jackson, N.C. 
ROLAND C. ELLIOTT 
Charlotte, N.C 
CAROLYN C ESKRIDGE 
Raleigh, N.C. 



VAN ELLEN EURE 
Raleigh, N.C. 
AMY L EVERETT 
Bethel, N.C 
MELISSA K FALKNER 
Henderson, N.C. 
MARY LYNN FORREST 
Raleigh, N.C. 



LAURA FRAZIER 
Greensboro, N.C. 
NANCY GEOGHEGAN 
Raleigh, NG. 
BETTIE HENDERSON 
Raleigh, N.C 









TERESA JANSEN 
Raleigh, N.C 
SUZANNE JEFFREYS 
Raleigh, N.C. 
JAQUELIN JENKINS 
Elizabeth City, N.C. 






ANNA JOHNSON 
Raleigh, N.C 
LUCILE JONES 
Durham, N. C. 
MARTHA KELLY 
Wilmington, N.C 






NANCY KERR 
Clinton, N.C. 
PAULA LASSITER 
Ahoskie, N.C. 
SHARON LASSITER 
Carrollton, Ga. 







MARY ANN LEE 
Monroe, N.C. 
MARRIOTT LITTLE 
Raleigh, N.C 
KATHY LIVERMAN 
Engelhard, N.C 






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HARRIETT MATTHEWS 
Gastoma N.C 
JAYNIE MILLIGAN 
Greenville, Tenn. 



LAURA MITCHELL 
Tar Heel, N.C. 
JULIA MULLEN 
Kings Mountain, N.C 



MARGARET McALISTER 
Fries, Va. 

CATHERINE McCRACKEN 
Henderson, N.C. 



JO-ANN NANCE 
Jackson, N.C 
JANET OSMER 
Greensboro, N.C 



SUSANNE OWENS 
Elizabeth City, N C 
FLORIE E. PAGE 
Henderson, N.C. 



Pausing, Carolyn Eskridge contemplates a test 
question. 



CATHERINE PHILLIPS 
Raleigh, N. C. 
AMANDA POPE 
Raleigh, N. C. 




ELIZABETH PRIOLEAU 


M 1 




Columbia, S. C. 






JANE RAWLS 






Raleigh, N. C. 


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LEIGH ANN RAYNOR 
Apex, N. C. 
JOEL ANNE REAMES 
Raleigh, N. C. 



SUSAN ROGERS 
Scotland Neck, N. C. 
ARDEN ROOT 
Raleigh, N. C. 



MARGARET SARGENT 
Raleigh, N, C. 

jean scon 

Wilmington, N C 






After a long night of studying for a test, Debbie 
Dillon finds it difficult to stay awake. 



102 






KATHRYN SCOTT 
Greensboro, N. C. 
NORMA SCREWS 
Zebulon, N, C 
ELIZABETH SHOWELL 
Ocean City, Maryland 






CREECY SMITH 
Raleigh, N. C. 
HUNTER STEPHENSON 
Weldon, N. C. 
JOAN WARREN 
Raleigh, N. C, 






JESSICA WATSON 

Raleigh, N. C. 

MARY GORDON WATSON 

Hickory, N. C. 

BEVERLY WHEELER 

Zebulon N. C 






MARGARET WHEELER 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 
PATRICE WHITE 
Siler City, N. C 
ELIZABETH WILLARD 
Raleigh, N C. 






SARAH WILSON 
Raleigh, N. C. 
MARTHA WOODARD, 
Conway, N. C 
CATHY YOU NTS 
Raleigh, N C 



Not Pictured: Susan Cole, Sarah Fox, Tom Puryear, and Ann Turrentine 



Sophomore Class 



Class Officers: (Right) Jane Howell, Secretary; and Marcia 
Neely, Treasurer. 

Officers: Lane Turner, President; and Julie Parker, Vice- 
president. 

Washing her hair, Melrose Whitfield gets ready for the big 
weekend. 

Using cray-pas, Pam Ashford works on her outside art 
assignment. 

Sophomore girls enjoy the Y.W.C.A. "get acquainted" tea. 

Not Pictured with their class: Alexandra Fields, Claire Me- 
redith, Jane Oliver, Suzanne Troxler, Margie Spencer 





104 




105 



PAMELA ASHFORD 
Raleigh, N. C. 
ELIZABETH BARBOUR 
Raleigh, N. C. 
MARY BARDEN 
New Bern, N. C. 






NANCY BEAL 
Greensboro, N.C. 
JANET BLAIR 
Siler City, N. C. 
FRANCES BOBBITT 
Henderson, N. C. 






LUCY BRATTON 
Raleigh, N. C. 
HELEN BROWN 
Raleigh, N. C 
RUTH ANN BROWN 
Ft. Pierce, Fla. 







LAURIE BRUTON 
Wilmington, Del. 
SUSAN CAPEHART 
Windsor, N. C. 
REBECCA CLARK 
Greenville, N. C 






MARY CURRIE 
Raleigh, N. C. 
ALICIA DEES 
Burgaw, N. C. 
CELESTE DICKENS 
Littleton, N. C. 







ANNA DORSETT 
Raleigh, N. C. 
SUSAN DOTTERER 
Santord, N. C 
ANNA DuBOSE 
Durham, N. C. 






106 




At the Y.W.C.A. tea, Gingy Philpott and Julie 
Parker look over some pamphlets. 

Between classes Amslie Jones relaxes while Eliza- 
beth Taylor catches up on some French homework. 

While waiting for the phones in Lower Smedes, El- 
len Rogers, Penny Howard, and Frances Bobbitt 
entertain themselves. 




REBECCA DUGGER 
Winston-Salem, NG. 
ELIZABETH ELLINGTON 
Burlington, N. C. 





ALYCE ESKRIDGE 
Raleigh, N. C 
ELIZABETH EVERETT 
Palmyra, NG. 



JANIE FAIRCLOTH 
Clinton, N. C 
JANE FLANAGAN 
Greenville, N. C. 



HUNTER FOREMAN 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 
ELIZABETH GRAHAM 
Raleigh, NO. 



PAMELA GRAHAM 
Wallace, N. C. 
PAMELA HARDAGE 
Norlina, N C. 












Anticipating her date, Lane Turner begins to get 
ready. 



108 







ANNE HARER 
Raleigh, N. C. 
ELIZABETH HARRISS 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 
CYNTHIA HOLDING 
Raleigh, N. C. 
ELIZABETH HOLLAND 
Raleigh, N. C. 







DIANE HOUGHTON 
New Bern, N. C. 
KAY HOUSE 
Marion, N. C. 
PENNY HOWARD 
Clinton, N. C. 
JANE HOWELL 
Wiliamston, N. C. 







SUSAN HUNDLEY 
Boydton, Va. 
ELISE HUTCHINS 
Plymouth, N. C. 
ANNE INGRAM 
Thomasville, N, C. 
MARGARET IRBY 
Raleigh, N, C. 







AINSLIE JONES 
Raleigh, N. C, 
LAURENZE JONES 
Charlotte, N. C. 
KATHERINE JORDAN 
Burlington, N. C. 
CYNTHIA JOSEPHS 
Raleigh, N. C 







MARY HERBERT KIRTON 
Kingsport, Tenn. 
TEMPE ANN LAMPE 
Smithfleld, N. C. 
ELLEN LEE 
Louisburg, N. C. 
SARA LEIGHT 
Athens, Greece 



109 



SALLIE LEWIS 
Jackson, N. C. 
SARAH LITTLE 
Goldsboro, N. C 
ELIZABETH MANLY 
Raleigh, N. C. 
ABIGAIL MILLER 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 







BRANDON MOORE 
Charlotte, N. C. 
GARRETT MORRE 
Raleigh, N. C. 
CLAUDIA McCONNELL 
Davidson, N. C. 
BETHANNE McCRAY 
Raleigh, N. C. 







MARCIA NEELY 
Statesville, N. C. 
BARBARA NELSON 
Raleigh, NO. 
JEWELL PARKER 
Woodland, N. C 
VIRGINIA PHILPOTT 
Auburn, Alabama. 







JEAN REDDING 
Asheboro, N. C. 
IVY ROBINSON 
Vero Beach, Fla. 
ELLEN ROGERS 
Raleigh, N. C. 
SUSAN ROGERS 
Smithfleld, N. C. 







BONNIE SCHAEFER 
Burlington, N. C. 
CATHERINE SHAW 
Raleigh, N. C. 
EILEEN SILVERS 
Raleigh, N. C. 
ELIZABETH TAYLOR 
Raleigh, N. C. 







110 














NEALE TURLINGTON 
Clinton, N. C 
LANE TURNER 
Pink Hill, N. C. 



BARBARA URQUHART 
Raleigh, N. C. 
JULIA WALKER 
Greensboro, N. C. 



CYNTHIA WARREN 
Raleigh, N. C. 
LAURA WARWICK 
Maxton, N. C. 



KAREN WHEELER 
New Bern, N. C. 
RUTH ANNE WHITE 
Siler City, N. C. 



MELROSE WHITFIELD 

Kinston, N. C. 

CAORL DeCOVER WILLIAMSON 

Hamlet, N. C. 



Concentrating on the latest issue of The Bel- 
les,Celeste Dickens catches up on the St. Mary's 
"scoop". 



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Junior Class 



Penick girls get to know each other during 
orientation week. 

Junior Class Officers: Amanda Brantley, 
Treasurer,- Cameron Cutting, Secretary,- Betty 
Jo Crews, Vice-president; Kimball Draper, 
President. 

Third Holt's menagerie is looked upon repr- 
oachfully by its counselor. 




112 




Juniors Not Pictured: 

Barbara Barnard 
Fatemeh Eftekhari 
Mary Turner Gorrell 
Patricia Dee Hull 
Laurie Hamby Lemauviel 
Ann Cameron Lindley 
Katherine Lynne Tupman 
Roghieh Yasrebi 
Sarah Helen Zimmerman 
Galen Leah Meekins 
Carrie Louise Phillips 







NANCY HELEN ALDWORTH 

Halifax, Va. 

PATRICIA NEAL ALLIGOOD 

Belhaven, N.C. 

ELIZABETH RUTH ALMY 

Mt. Airy, N.C. 

NANCY ELIZABETH ARMSTRONG 

Tazewell, Va. 







NANCY KAY BAGLEY 
Sunbury, N.C. 
CATHE ANN BAKER 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 
REBECCA BARNES BARBER 
Spring Hope, N.C 
ELLEN WINSLOW BUMGARTNER 
Endwell, NY. 












ELIZABETH JANE BEACHUM 
Falls Church, Va 
EVIE ANN BELAND 
Fuguay— Varina, N.C. 
SARA BRANCH BISHOP 
Lawrenceville, Va. 
HENENE ANNE BLACKWELL 
Florence, S C 



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JANE HARMON BLEE 

Jacksonville, N, C. 

MARY FRANCES BODDIE 

Durham, N. C. 



MARGARET BRUCE BOGLE 

Purcellville, Va 

ELIZABETH HARRELSON BOST 

Hickory, N C 



LYNNE WHITNEY BRANNON 

Pilot Mountain, N C 

DEBORAH ANN BRANSCOME 

Grifton, N C, 



HARRIET AMANDA BRANTLEY 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

ANNE CLAIBORNE BRIGHAM 

Banner Elk, N. C. 



CATHERINE BANKS BRIDGER 

Bladenboro, N. C 

ANNA CLARKE BRINKLEY 

Newton Grove, N. C. 














Listening to a familiar voice, Blair Coffleld finds that lor 
distance really is the next best thing to being there 



114 








SARAH ANNE BROCKWELL 

Southern Pines, N C 

CHERYL HUNT BROWN 

Madison, Ga, 

MARY HEYER BULLOCK 

Duluth, Minn. 

KATHERINE SHAW BUTLER 

Laurinburg, N. C 







SALLY ELIZABETH CECIL 
Greensboro, N C 
ROCHELLE EARLE 
CHAMBLISS 
Rocky Mount, N. C, 
JEANNE FRANCES CHARLES 
Camillus, N. Y. 
MARTHA HOLTON CLARK 
Fayetteville, N. C 







PAMELA GWYNNE CLARK 
Raleigh, N. C. 
SANDRA LEE CLARK 
Lawrenceville, Va. 
ELIZABETH CORNELL CLICK 
Parris Island, S. C. 
MARTHA BLAIR COFFIELD 
High Point, N. C. 







SUSAN DECAMP CONGER 
Weldon, N. C 
KATHLEEN DIANE CORN 
High Point, N. C 
THELMA WRIGHT COUSINS 
Elberton, Ga, 
VIRGINIA BOND COX 
Birmingham, Ala 



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ELIZABETH CALMES 
CRAWFORD 
Birmingham, Ala 
CELIA GAY CREASY 
Lynchburg, Va 
BETTY JO CREWS 
La Grange, N. C 
LAURA ANN CREWS 
South Hill, Va. 



115 



JANEANN CRUMP 

Charlotte, N. C. 

DOROTHY CAN DACE CURRIN 

Fuquay Varina, N. C. 

CAMERON HOPE CUTTING 

Morganton, NO. 

CATHERINE JOHNSON 

DAWSON 

Greensboro, N C. 







HANNAH RICHARDSON 

DAWSON 

Fayetteville, N, C. 

SUSAN GREEN DILL 

Rocky Mount, N, C. 

MARY KIMBALL DRAPER 

Rocky Mount, N. C, 

MERLE LOUISE DRENNEN 

Birmingham, Ala. 







ELIZABETH LEA DUNBAR 

Laurinburg, N. C 

AMY ATKINSON DURHAM 

Monroe, N, C. 

CATHERINE E. EARNHART 

Kincheloe AFB, Mich 

JUDITH FERGUSON EDWARDS 

Ardmore, Penn. 







JANE ANN ELEAZOR 

Charlotte, N. C 

JANET ELLEN EVERETT 

Raleigh, N, C 

DEBORAH ANNE FARAONE 

Burlington, N. C 

JANET LARRAINE FARMER 

Lexington, N. C 







STEPHANIE HARRIET FELLOS 

Charlotte, N. O 

ANNA HOWARD FENNER 

Rocky Mount, N. C 

JENNIFER ELIZABETH FRANK 

Asheville, N C 

HELEN ROBINSON GAITHER 

Elizabeth City, N. C 







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SUSAN OWEN GATTIS 
Hillsborough, N C 
NANCY KAREN GAUTIER 
Washington, N C 



VIRGINIA HAYES GAYLE 
Gastoma, N C 
SUSAN GERLING GIBSON 
Sanford, N C 



ESTHER SHELBY GRAHAM 
Vienna, Va 
MARY LYN GRANT 
Montross, Va 



JANE KELLY GRAVELY 
Martinsville, Va. 
NANCY NEUSEM GREGORY 
Weldon, N. C 



JANIS TYE HACKNEY 
Gastonia, N. C. 
ELIZABETH KATE HALL 
Radford, Va 



Junior talent is represented by Jamie Charles in an assembly 
program. 



SARITA WYNNE HARDY 

Farmville, N. C. 

MARTHA ANN HARRISON 

Greenville, N. C. 



KATHERINE ELIZABETH 

HAYWOOD 

Raleigh, N. C. 

NANCY PEMBERTON HEATH 

Kannapolis, N. C. 



CAROLYN RALPHS HICKS 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

MARTHA JANE HIGHT 

Henderson, N C 



MARTHA ANNE HOLLAND 
Lynchburg, Va. 

JANE DOUGLAS HOLMES 
Edenton, N. C. 



KATHRYN GAIL HOUGHTON 

New Bern, N. C 

MARY GWENDOLYN 

HOWARD 

Fayetteville, N C. 









The Junior Class rallies during stunt night of orientation 
week 



As the lunch hour approaches, food is uppermost in Debbie 
Branscome's thoughts. 







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REBECCA LYNN JARVIS 

Ashville, N. C. 

FLORENCE SPRUILL JEFFRESS 

Greensboro, N. C 

MARTHA NELSON JENNETTE 

Washington, N. C, 

LYNNE LEWIS JOHNSON 

Greensboro, N C. 







DEBORAH ANN JOLLIFF 
Ashville, N C 
SUSAN MANN JONES 
Wolstonburg, N C 
MELINDA DAWN JOY 
Virginia Beach, Va 
FRANCES FARRIS KANNON 
Franklinton, N C 







NELL ELIZABETH KELLY 
Wilmington, N C. 
SUSAN KERN 
Salisbury, N, C. 
MARTHA BOND KITTRELL 
Richmond, Va 
ANN ELIZABETH KRITSER 
Amanllo, Tex 







BARBARA ANN LANCASTER 

Vanceboro, N C 

MARGARET LYNN LASATER 

Erwin, N C 

KATIE JO LAWRENCE 

Dunn, N. C. 

KAREN FRAIM LAYMAN 

Roanoke, Va 








MARY KATHERINE LEGG 
Hendersonville, N. C 
ANNA CHEEVER LEWIS 
Tallahassee, Fla 
CAROLINE CLEAVES LEWIS 
Goldsboro, N C 
JUDITH ANN LOWRANCE 
Charlotte, N C 



SUSAN DEBORAH LOWRY 

York, S. C. 

JULIA GRAY MAYNARD 

Apex, N, C. 

VIRGINIA SUE MAYNARD 

Vienna, Va. 

CYNTHIA ANNE MIDDLETON 

Lynchburg, Va. 







ANNE WILLIAM MILLER 

Ahoskie, N. C. 

KIMBERLY CAROL MIMS 

Raleigh, N. C. 

JACQUELINE LAVONNE 

MINGES 

Greenville, N. C 

BETH LORRAINE MOYER 

Wilson, N. C. 







KELLY LYNN McCOY 

Mt, Hope, W Va. 

NANCY MORTON McKENZIE 

Winston Salem, N. C. 

kathleen timmons 
McQueen 

Orchard Lake, Mich, 

SOPHIE LANNEAU NEWTON 

Durham, N. C. 







KATHLEEN NICHOLS 

Greensboro, N. C. 

GWENDOLYN JAMES 

NICHOLSON 

Raliegh, N. C. 

PATRICIA ANN NUTT 

Greensboro, N. C. 

AMELIA JAYNE O'NEILL 

Raleigh, N. C. 



DOROTHY DILLARD PACE 

Orlando, Fla. 

SALLY ELIZABETH PATTON 

Lexington, N. C. 

MARGARET PERDUE 

Norfolk, Va. 

SARA ALICE PISANI 

Raleigh, N. C. 








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KATHERINE HIRST POLLARD 
Charlottesville, Va. 
LUCIENNE H. POTTERFIELD 
Charleston, W Va 



LESLIE KERR PRETLOW 
Wilmington, N. C. 
ELIZABETH McC. B. PROPST 
Raleigh, N. C 



CATHEY ROWE QUEEN 
Winston-Salem, N. C 
BARABARA KAY RASBERRY 
Griffon, N. C 



DEBORAH F RILEY 
Carthage, N. C. 
VIRGINIA MOYE SCALES 
Greenville, N C. 




SHARON LYNN SEAGO 
Lilesville, N. C 
ANNE ASHCRAFT SENTER 
Raleigh, N. C 



Focusing the microscope, Missy Taylor studies a slide of 
spirogyra. 



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MARILYN SUE SERMONS 

Washington, N.C. 

MARY DAVIS SEWELL 

Charlotte, N.C. 



STEVA DIANE SHEPPARD 

Elizabeth City, N.C. 

SUSAN SUGGS SKIPPER 

Raleigh, N.C. 



CHARLOTTE CURRIN SLOAN 

Oxford, N.C. 

ALICE JANICE SMITH 

Raleigh, N.C. 



ANNE BATTLE SMITH 

Snow Hill, N.C. 

SUSAN MELINDA STANCILL 

Suffolk, Va. 



BARBARA MADISON SUDDUTH 

Bluefleld, W. Va. 

MARGARET SPENCER SUHLING 

Lynchburg, Va. 
















Lynn Johnson contemplates concepts of religion on a Bils 



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ANN TRAVIS TAYLOR 

Washington, N.C. 

MARILYN LEONE THIES 

Charlotte, N.C, 

ANN HAMPTON THOMAS 

Bluefield, W. Va. 

ELSIE MARGUERITE 

THORNHILL 
Raleigh, N. C. 







ELIZABETH CLARKE TODD 
Columbia, S. C, 
HENRIETTA HUNT TOWLER 
Raleigh, N.C. 
RACHEL TRASK 
Wrightsville Beach, N. C. 
DOROTHY ELIZABETH TULL 
Hopkinsville, Ky. 








KATHERINE WITCHER 

TURNER 
Martinsville, Va. 
CYNTHIA ANN VATCHER 
Jacksonville, N.C. 
MARY ELIZABETH WALSER 
Charlotte, N. C. 
JANE HARVEY WETHERILL 
Wrightsville Beach, N.C. 







ELIZABETH COLLINS 

WILLIAMS 
Edenton, N. C. 

MARY PHYLLIS WILLIAMSON 
Yadkinville, N. C. 
BARBARA LARNED WILSON 
Carv, N.C. 

THERESA LAWTHER WILSON 
York, S.C. 







ELIZABETH THURLOW 

WOODWARD 
Birmingham, Ala 
MARGARET RASCOE 

WORTHINGTON 
Windsor, N.C. 
NANCY CAMILLE YOUNG 
Salisbury, N.C. 
MAJORIE COTTAM YOUNTS 
Durham, N.C. 



Senior Class 

During a class meeting, Courtney Cochran, Betsy In- 
gram, and Charlotte Newman discuss a possible class 
project. 

Thoughts of another muddy, rainy weekend dampen 
the spirits of Louise Carr. 




Senior Class Officers: Ellen Blythe, President; Anne 
Justice, vice-president; Debbie Deshields, secretary,- 
and Lou Abbitt, treasurer. 




Outstanding Seniors 




Outstanding Seniors: Betsy Mott, Peaches Rankin, Anne Justice, Sophie Foreman, Polly Bonner, Jenny Hane, Ellen Blythe, Kathy 
Noyes, and Dell Parker. 
Not pictured: Jean Little, 





ABBIE LOUISE SIMS, Spartanburg, S. C. 



VICKI ROBERT BARNHILL, Williamston, N C. 




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CAROLYN LOUISE BENNEn, Burlington, N C 



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SARAH WAYNE RICE, Florence, S. C; CHRISTINE BAXTER, Columbia, S. C, 

MARIA GORDON CHARLES, Hampton, Va. 



LYDIA LEE SCHWARTZ, Greensboro, N. C. 




ELIZABETH BROOKS SHAW, Fayetteville, N. C. 




FRANCES ELIZABETH WILKINS, Louisville, 
Ky. 




KATHERINE BOG PURVIS, Rocky Mount, N. C, JANICE LEE THOMPSON, 
Richmond, Va. ; LOUISE GILMER HAMMERSTROM, Lynchburg, Va. 



128 




MARTHA FRANCES ELLERBE, Florence, S. C. 




VIRGINIA CORINNE BIRDSONG, Suffolk, Va. ; ELLA PENDER HARRISON, Greenville, N.C, 
BETTY HOOPER GOODES, Reidsville, N.C; DALE JONES GOFFIGON, Cape Charles, Va. 




JEAN ELIZABETH LITTLE, Greensboro, N.C , ANNE PENNEY LITTLE, Charlotte, N. C 




SUZAN HOFFHEINS WINTERS, Norfolk, Va 



PATRICIA ANNE HUTCHINS, Raleigh, N C 




SANDRA BROOKS LEMAY, Raleigh, N. C. ; NANCY JOY SMITH, Raleigh, N.C. 




MARGUERITE PEARSON MORROW, Chapel Hill, N.C. 




ELEANOR BRINN KNOTTS, Albemarle, N. C. 




SHARON DENISE THOMAS, Burlington, N C; SUSAN MURRAY GARVEY, Greensboro, N, C , 
ANN BUTLER SMOTHERS, Reidsville, N. C, ELIZABETH DEARING HUGHES, Durham, N. C. 



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MARY THOMPSON MIKELL, Charlotte, NIC. 



CAROLYN GRACE SPEIR, Bethel, N C 




MARIE PENDLETON MORRISETTE, Greensboro, N C 




MARJORIE KAY ROGERS 

Scotland Neck, N. C. 




ELIZABETH ALSTON MOTT, Chapel Hill, N. C, ANNE BARRETT SECREST, Athens, Ga. 




MARY MELISSA OGLE, Moraga, Calif 



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NANCY SHARON HENRY, Rocky Mount, N. C. 




CYNTHIA LOUISE WILLIAMS, Raleigh, N. C, KATHERINE ARDEN TUCKER, Charlotte, N. C 





MARILYN RUTH BROWN, Madison, Ga. 



JEANNE HILL McGOWAN, Florence, S. C. 



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JANE GAY WHITE, Rocky Mount, N. C. 





CLAIRE PALMER SPINKS, Clemmons, N. C. 



LUCILE WEST ABBITT, Winter Park, Fla. 




MARGARET LOU HODGES, Washington, N. C ; KATHRYN ELLEN DORMAN, Conway, S.C.; 
KATINA LEE EDNEY, Hendersonville, N. C, SARA NEAL WILLIAMSON, Charlotte, N. C 



138 





MARY HART McCOWN, Mobile, Ala. 



ELIZABETH LEE BYNUM, Sanford, N. C. 




LOUISE KATHERINE CARR, Durham, N. C. 



MARY KATHRYN ANDREWS, Bethel N. C. 



139 





NANCY HARRIET LINNEMEIR, Charlotte, N.C, 
SARAH ANNE HOSS, Ramsey, N. J. 



ANNE ROSS HUFFMAN, Greensboro, N C. 



140 





ANN LAWRENCE ELLIOTT, Williamston, N.C. 



JO ANN TWYMAN, Jacksonville, N. C. 




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ANNA REBECCA BALLENTINE, Greenwood, S C 



141 




SUZANNE CLONTZ, Charlotte, N.C. 




MARGARET LANDIS SKINNER, Williamston, N C .-. ELIZA BETH ADELAIDA REEVES, Quito, Equador 



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HUYLA GRIFFIN INGRAM, Elizabeth City, N. C. 




MILDRED SUE BARHAM, Mayodan, N. C. 



MARTHA ELLEN BLYTHE, Charlotte, N. C. 



143 




TERESA HENRIETTA VAUGHN, Galax, Va. 




ELIZABETH SUSAN MIDGETTE, Chapel Hill, N.C. 




VIRGINIA FIELD EDWARDS, Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 





VIRGINIA DESCHAMPS BLACKFORD 

Spartanburg, S. C. 



ELIZABETH ROWLAND COLEMAN, Warrenton, N C 





SHARON LEIGH LINNEMEIER, Culver, Ind. 



CLARA ANN WALLACE, Raleigh, N. C. 



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SOPHIE MARTIN FOREMAN, Elizabeth City, N. C. 





EVANGELINE LACY JONES, Elizabeth City, N C 



CAROLYN VANCE WELFARE, Snow Hill, N. C. 




MARY KEMP MEBANE, Rocky Mount, N. C. 



CAROLE CROUCH HUFFMAN, Greensboro, N. C. 




a. 
LYNN FRANCIS JONAKIN, Chattanooga, Tenn 



148 





VIVIAN FRANCIS COOPER, Gastonia, N. C 



LESA GAY YAWN, Carlisle Barracks, Pa. 
CAROLYN JANE BROWN, Washington, N. C. 



149 




KITTRELL ANNE TUCKER, Columbia, S C 




HELEN MARGARET WILLETTS, Wilmington, N. C. 
MARTHA THOMAS NORFLEET, Greensboro, N. C. 



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ANNE LYNN DAWSON, Greensboro, N. C. 





MARGUERITE WARDEN SEWELL, Charlotte, N. C. 



JEAN FERRELL LYBROOK, Clemmons, N. C. 





JENNY HANE, Fort Mofte, S. C. 



MARTHA REBECCA BLALOCK, Pilot Mountain, N. C. 




LILA SAUNDERS RANKIN, Gastonia, N. C. 



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ANNE FARISH JUSTICE, Cheraw, S C. 

CHARLOTTE SKINNER NEWMAN, Norfolk, Va. 

PENNY FEARING GILLAM, Windsor, N. C. 



ELIZABETH WILLIAMS JERNIGAN 

Ahoskie, N. C. 



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FLORENCE MASSIE FLIPPIN Lynchburg, Va. 
MARY WALTON DONOVAN Atlanta, Ga. 
MERRIE CAROL MOORE Eufaula, Ala. 




JOSEPHINE EARNHARDT Charlotte, N. C. 




ELIZA RIGGS McCONNELL Southern Pines, N. C. 



154 





VIVIAN ZAHAYIA KANNON Zebulon, N C. 



STEWART ANDERSON TAYLOR Clinton, N. C. 
EMILY CHESHIRE DOCKERY Rockingham, N. C. 




LYNN SUSAN JOHNSON, Rocky Ml ., N. C. 




HELEN ATKINSON HARRELL, Atlanta, Ga. 







MARY ELIZABETH SMITH, Pilot Mt., N. C. 



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CAROL FRANCES MAJORS, Atlanta, Ga LAURA BENJAMINE DAVIS, Warrenton, N. C. 





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ELIZABETH BRAME INGRAM, Taylorsville, N. C. 
COURTNEY COCHRAN, Raleigh, N. C. 



JULIA MOORING WALLACE, Gastonia, N. C. 



158 




JEAN SPENCER CROWELL, Fayetteville, N. C. 





CATHERINE CARR QUICK, Raleigh, N. C. NANCY ELLEN JOHNS, Raleigh, N. C 
SUSAN MASSIE CLAY, Lawrenceville, Va NANCY JEAN WELFARE, 

Greensboro, N.C. 



LAURA DELL PARKER, Woodland, N. C. 



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CANDICE ANN PERRY Sanford, N C. MARTHA JO SHORT Mt. Airy, N. C 




ALICE LEIGH PROCTOR Rocky Mt., N. C. 
KATHLEEN KENNEDY NOYES Marion, N.C. 
MINTA ROYALL AYCOCK Wake Forest, N. C 



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RACHEL DOM McCARRELL Washington, Pa. 




JEANNIE HEYWARD MAGEE Florence, S C. 




CHARLOTTE ANSLEY NEWTON Shelby, N. C. SUSIE LIGON JOHNSON Henderson, N. C, 
ALEXANDRA SLOAN Ft Pierce, Fla , DOROTHY ANNE FREEMAN Williston, S C. 



161 




MONA LEIGH PASS, Winston Salem, N C ; CAROL ANN SHIVER, Atlanta, Ga 
JANE MELINDA FELTS, Charlotte, N. C ; CLAUDIA WARD Durham, N, C. 



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SUSAN KAY OVERCASH, Charlotte, N. C. 



JEANNE ELEANOR ELLERBE, Greenwood, S C 
MELISSA JANE ADAMS, Williamsburg, Va. 




BARBARA ULDENE KENNEDY, Raleigh, N C , ELIZABETH CHENAULT CALDWELL, Cary, N.C. 
MARY McCUE WEBB, Raleigh, N. C, VIRGINIA HELEN BELL, Raleigh, N C 



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MARTHA LOUISE SIMPSON, Orlando, Fla ., KATHY JANE KLEIN, 

Matthews, N. C. 





PRISCILLA ANN FULGHUM Pensacola, Fla 



DEBORAH LEIGH DESHIELDS, Fayetteville, N. C. 
MARY MILLS GUILL, Halifax, Va 











MARY JO CARPENTER New Bern, N. C. 



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ESTELLE SUDDRETH DYER, Charlotte, N. C. 





POLLY BLOUNT BONNER, Chattanooga, Tenn. 



SIDNEY ADELAIDE WARD, Plymouth, N C 



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DIAN VAUCEIL CATES, Hillsborough, N. C , SUSAN ALICE MASON, Richmond, Va. 



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BARBARA WALLACE LeCOUNT, Atlanta, Ga. 
CATHERINE VIRGINIA WARD, Atlanta, Ga 



SARAH ELIZABETH BYRD, Sanford, N. C. 



SENIORS NOT PICTURED 

GRACE CROCKETT BARNES, Tazewell, Va 

SHARON WYNNE BROWN, Jacksonville, N. C 

ELLEN HOVIS HEATH, Charlotte, N. C 

PAMELA JEAN JOHNSTON, Raleigh, N C 

BARBARA GAY McLEAN, Murfreesboro, N. C. 

MARY HINTON SILVER, Raleigh, N. C 



Wilson Emerson Construction Company 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
Cary, N.C. 



Mac Josephs 



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Cameron Village 

Uptown 



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Women's 
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443 Daniels St. 


Village 
Book and Stationery 




Cameron Village 
Raleigh, N.C. 




Gifts For All Occasions 
Complete Book Department 
School and Office Supplies 




834-6234 


CAMERON PARK 
GROCERY 




1213 Hillsborough 




755-9421 


Johnson 




Pharmacy 


American Gem Society 


Delivery service 
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Jewelers 




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